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  1. jaba123

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    Hello, I m using ipad4 with recent update first time after update I feel little bit heating my pad. Did anybody have same issue.tks
     
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    Did you reset your device after updating? To reset, press and hold Home and Power button until you see the Apple logo. Let go of both, the iPad will power up on it's own.

    Also restart it - turn it off and on again.

    Look at the brightness on your device. You can see it in Settings - Display & Brightness, or in the Control Center. Mine iPad is getting too warm when the brightness is at a higher level.
     
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    I done hard restart and normal we always low the brightness because kid plays lot
     
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    Your device will need a few days to index everything, as usual, even though this was a minor update. During that period, it's possible that it gets warmer than usual.

    Here's something you could try in the meantime:
    If it's in a case, remove it and watch whether or not this changes the situation.
     

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